j2hyde wrote:Ahad wrote:Unbelievable! Big snowfalls like that at this time of year?!
Big southerlies in september and october are very common.
Scotty wrote:Yup, as soon as the first lamb shows up, along come the southerlies.
Ahad wrote:Biggest snowfall in 15yrs according to the news reports so I stand by my statement.
Otherwise the stadium would have fallen down the year after it was built
Scotty wrote:Not necessarily, the current event could be a cumulation of weather events over the past decade...
ahad wrote: Are you telling me that this particular building was designed for snow loading of this magnitude?
ahad wrote:This was not a typical September Southerly with just a bit of sleet, hail and perhaps the odd snowflake or three. OK?!
Exactly. Far too many carbon fibre bike bits out there. The sooner everyone rides steel, the sooner Stadium roofs will stop doing all this collapsing carry on.Fraser wrote:But this is due to global warming and our carbon footprint...
That's correct. The term "Veleodrome" is under copyright of the Sicilian Sycling Federation.Oli wrote:Just one tiny niggly little point, it's a VELODROME not a VELEODROME. Thanks mods.
Excellent. Layers of lard being applied as I type.Fergie wrote:From Cycling Southland: Yunca Tour and Track Carnival early October is NOT affected by Stadium collapse. All go on road (1st-3rd) and track (5th-6th). See you in the south soon
EoinC wrote:Excellent. Layers of lard being applied as I type.Fergie wrote:From Cycling Southland: Yunca Tour and Track Carnival early October is NOT affected by Stadium collapse. All go on road (1st-3rd) and track (5th-6th). See you in the south soon
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